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  • Choi+Shine Architects Develops a Modular LED Lighting Solution

    The luminous, three-dimensional installation serves functional and decorative purposes.

    The luminous, three-dimensional installation connects via magnetic ends to serve functional and decorative purposes.

    ARCHITECT December 18, 2014

     
  • A 3D-Printed Envelope That Responds to Humidity

    The system emulates a pine cone to ventilate a structure naturally.

    Researchers at the University of Stuttgart's Institute for Computational Design, in Germany, are developing a 3D-printed architectural system for natural ventilation that emulates a pine cone.

    ARCHITECT December 17, 2014

     
  • What’s Next for Autodesk is What’s Next for Architects

    The software developer discussed the future of the architecture profession at its annual conference in Las Vegas.

    The software developer discussed the future of the architecture profession at its annual conference in Las Vegas earlier this month.

    ARCHITECT December 17, 2014

     
  • Our Favorite Products and Technology of 2014

    A roundup of the innovations that caught our eyes this year.

    From furniture, to fabrication, to UCLA professor Greg Lynn's boat, here are 11 objects and innovations that caught our eyes this year.

    ARCHITECT December 17, 2014

     
  • Morning News Roundup: Dec. 16, 2014

    Architecture news and views from around the nation and beyond.

    Israeli-born architect Eli Attia alleges that google stole his ideas for building technology, Detroit's David Whitney Building opens after 15 years, and more news headlining Tuesday.

    ARCHITECT December 16, 2014

     
  • Conceptual Biomimetic, 3D-Printed Gear for Unsustainable Environments

    Each item is designed to respond to specific external conditions.

    Clothing developed by researchers at MIT's Mediated Matter group is designed to house synthetically engineered organisms that could help keep its wearer alive in hostile environments.

    ARCHITECT December 15, 2014

     
  • Fantastical Furniture Follies from Studio Job

    Materials, orientation, and scale mix to upend notions of select architectural marvels.

    The Dutch-Belgian design shop has created a series of imaginative, bespoke furniture pieces that cast architectural feats from the past and present in a new light.

    ARCHITECT December 15, 2014

     
  • These Task-Oriented Tables are Designed for Collaborative Workspaces

    Shift between group work and solo tasks with these versatile surfaces.

    These five tables manage the sights, sounds, and smells of open-plan offices with noise buffers, integrated power, and modular components that offer an easy switch from solo work to collaboration.

    ARCHITECT December 12, 2014

     
  • Newman Architects Designs Virginia Library to be a Downtown Anchor

    The new complex will improve community members' access to technology.

    After a six-year renovation process, the rejuvenated library complex, comprised of a 115-year-old former customs house and a new glass walled addition, will act as a learning forum for downtown Norfolk, providing amenities such as computing and media labs, digital training space, and video production areas.

    ARCHITECT December 11, 2014

     
  • Designing in a Cloud: How Architects Are Using Cloud-Based Programs to Deliver the Best Projects

    A roundup of tools and services that architects are using to break free from company servers and physical boundaries.

    A roundup of tools and services that architects are using to break free from company servers and physical boundaries.

    ARCHITECT December 11, 2014

     
 

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Check out our series of various types of Detail stories, bringing you the inside scoop on a fascinating architectural feature.


 
 
 
 

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